Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) encourages local artists to take advantage of its expanded community education program for summer 2017 by enrolling in one of two new courses: Painting Explorations and Summer Portrait Sculpture.
"LCAD was created by a community of artists and we invite our neighbors to attend classes, distinguished lectures, and exhibitions for education and inspiration," said LCAD President Jonathan Burke. "We are proud to expand non-accredited, extension courses for Orange County residents as well as for pre-college students that enhance personal or professional development."
This year's summer 2017 Community Education Courses include:
DATES: Every Saturday, June 17 – July 29, 2017 (No Classes Saturday, June 24th and Saturday, July 1st)
TIME: 9-12 PM
AGES: 16 and above
Our classically-trained faculty teaches painting techniques and compositions, placing emphases on developing foundational skills and on pursuing a personal approach to painting from still life and from photographic references. Students receive individualized instruction and are encouraged to work at their own pace. In-class demonstrations will be done using oil paints, but students may use the painting mediums of their choice. Students furnish their own supplies and may bring what they typically use to class.
Instructor Sal Villagran
Sal earned his BFA from Laguna College of Art and Design in 2002 and obtained his MFA Cum Laude from the New York Academy of Art in 2005. Sal's work has been collected nationally through private commissions. He holds professional relationships with art galleries and enjoys continued patronage from dedicated collectors.
Summer Portrait Sculpture
DATES: Every Saturday, June 17 – July 22, 2017 (No Class Saturday, July 1)
TIME: 12-5 PM
AGES: 16 and above
INSTRUCTORS: Brittany Ryan and James Galindo
TUITION: $200.00 (Due by June 9th)
This classical sculpture course will introduce students to the study of the portrait as a sculptural form with emphasis on anatomy and construction by direct observation of the model. Students examine problems of visual conceptualization of the figure while developing clay modeling skills and techniques. Students receive individualized instruction and are encouraged to work at their own pace. In-class demonstrations will be done using oil-based clay. The college will provide clay and the armature that students can take home at the end of the class. Students will need to furnish their own sculpture tools that are listed in the materials list available online.
Instructor Brittany Ryan
Brittany Ryan received her formal education at the Laguna College of Art and Design, graduating in 2005 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts, majoring in Illustration and a minor in Sculpture. She also received her Masters of Fine Art in drawing and painting at the same institution. Brittany currently lives and works in Southern California and is an instructor at Laguna College of Art and Design.
Instructor James Galindo
James Galindo works and lives in Laguna Beach where he teaches drawing and painting at Laguna College of Art and Design. Galindo's work has been featured in Southwest Art Magazine's 21 under 31, and American Art Magazine's 12 Artists to look for in 2012. He was nominated for Artist of the Year by the Laguna Beach Alliance for the Arts in 2016
For more information, including suggested materials please visit: https://www.lcad.edu/admissions/summer-portrait-sculpture/
SATURDAY FIGURE DRAWING WORKSHOP
9 AM – 2 PM (except for holiday weekends)
Main Campus Studio 8
$15 fee each session
We also invite the community and prospective students to join us for our Saturday Figure Drawing Workshop. Only $15 for 5 hours of uninstructed drawing time. Students under 18 years of age must fill out and submit a Parental Consent Form. Fees will be collected at each workshop session. Free for LCAD Alumni, Faculty and students.
Email email@example.com to join the LCAD Workshop Email List or visit: https://www.lcad.edu/figure-drawing-workshops-2/
To stay on top of all LCAD exhibitions, Distinguished Lectures, tours and more, please visit www.lcad.edu/news/.
Laguna College of Art and Design
2222 Laguna Canyon Rd
Laguna Beach, California
About Laguna College of Art and Design
Founded in 1961, Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) is one of the top art and design schools in the nation. LCAD offers undergraduate degrees (BFA) in Animation, Design + Digital Media, Fine Arts (Drawing and Painting), Game Art and Illustration, as well as Master of Fine Arts degrees (MFA) in Drawing and Painting. Named by NIKE as one of the top three design schools in the world, LCAD is closely partnered with industry leaders. These partnerships have resulted 90% employment rate for LCAD’s visual arts graduates. Blizzard Entertainment, Disney Animation, DreamWorks, FOX, Hurley International, NIKE, VANS, Warner Brothers Animation and more employ LCAD visual arts alumni. LCAD Fine Arts alumni are accepted to the most prestigious graduate programs and go on to become internationally recognized artists and educators who shape dialogue with renowned collectors, museums and gallerists. The Dennis and Leslie Power Library at LCAD houses invaluable historic archives that include The Rex and Joan Irving Brandt Papers.
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